The Ethiopian National Project: An Evaluation Study of the SPACE Program - Scholastic Assistance, Youth Centers 2005/6 - 2006/7: Executive Summary

By Miriam Cohen-Navot, Viacheslav Konstantinov, Dganit Levi, Ruth Baruj-Kovarsky

Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute, 2007

The goal of the Ethiopian National Project is to enable Ethiopian-Israeli youth to realize their full potential and enhance their chances of social mobility and future integration into the labor market. Following a mapping of needs conducted by the National Project, the SPACE (School Performance and Community Empowerment) program was established in 2004, in order to provide a solution for the needs of the Ethiopian-Israeli community. The Ethiopian National Project is a partnership between the United Jewish Communities -- Federations of North America (UJC), the Government of Israel, representatives of Ethiopian Jewish Community Organizations, the Jewish Agency for Israel, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Israel, and Keren Hayesod. The study evaluated two of the main programs in the SPACE program.

Topic: Socioeconomic Status, Beta Israel, Youth, Empowerment, Ethiopian Jews, Labor, Education, Evaluation

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Coverage: Israel

Language: English

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Cohen-Navot, Miriam. Konstantinov, Viacheslav. Levi, Dganit. Baruj-Kovarsky, Ruth. The Ethiopian National Project: An Evaluation Study of the SPACE Program - Scholastic Assistance, Youth Centers 2005/6 - 2006/7: Executive Summary. Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute. 2007: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13537


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